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NEXT EVENT: Engineering in Healthcare - Tue 23rd September - Novotel, Cardiff
Join us for two talks on innovative uses by local companies of engineering & technology in the healthcare sector. This event is presented jointly by IET South Wales, IET Healthcare Technologies Network and MediWales, the Life Science Network for Wales. Click here for more information & to register.
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New Committee Members Required!
Our various committees in South Wales are looking to recruit new committee members to help them deliver an exciting programme of events for members & non-members in 2014/15. In particular, the Wales South East Young Professionals Section and the Power Specialist Section have vacancies on their committees. The amount of time you put in is flexible and entirely down to you - if you're interested, please email southwales@theiet.org.

Pythagoras' Trousers Podcast
Each week, our very own Rhys Phillips presents a 30 minute science & technology magazine programme. Find out more here and download the latest episode below:

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The IET has two Local Networks in South Wales as well as technical groups in the areas of Manufacturing & Management, Power and Electronics & Communications.

We hope you have found something that interests you in this group.  If you have any questions or if you would like to get involved with the IET networks in South Wales then please do get in touch with any member of our committees.


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Bangor University's Centre for Lifetime and Reliabilty Testing (CLARET), Wilde Analysis and Reliabilty Solutions, invite you to the first 'Electronics Reliability Engineering Seminar, which is design to help companies understand the importance of reliabilty analysis and testing during product development and continuous... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET South Wales Networks Aug 19, 2014 11:21 GMT

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Electronics Reliability Engineering Seminar at the Celtic Manor organised by the Bangor University CLARET programme on Wednesday 24th September - Click Here
  • Posted Tue 19 Aug 2014 11:13 GMT

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